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The urbanisation of agricultural land is essentially an irreversible process.
Heavy rain over the past 48 hours has been welcomed by Waikato farmers.
A Taihape farming business is a fusion of the family and the corporate.
Preserving rare sheep has given Michael Willis arguably as much pleasure as raising numbers of rare kiwi, kakapo and takahe.
Dairy farmers are not the only ones reeling from the recent dairy price drop - dairy support and maize growers are worried too.
Allan Andrews' tractor has retired to the country after its previous life as a road sweeper.
Suicide is only the visible tip of a great iceberg of depression casting a chill over the New Zealand's mental and economic wellbeing.
Two new aquaculture qualifications are being launched by Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology.